Sustainability report 2022
Bulk handling & wood processing
Dry bulk handling for ports worldwide
Wood chipping wherever you need it
Bulk handling and wood processing - always tailored for your needs
Bruks Siwertell is a market-leading supplier of dry bulk handling and wood processing systems. With thousands of installations worldwide, our machines handle your raw materials from forests, fields, quarries and mines, maintaining critical supply lines for manufacturers, mills, power plants and ports.
We design, produce and deliver systems for loading, unloading, conveying, storing, and stacking and reclaiming dry bulk materials, alongside equipment for chipping, screening, milling and processing wood for the biofuel, board, saw mill, pulp and paper industries.
We are global and local. You will find our main offices in the US, Sweden, Germany, China, Philippines, and Taiwan, supported by a dedicated network of hundreds of representatives and dealers worldwide.
Latest news and stories
Half a century of change: Siwertell technology is still setting the pace
Siwertell technology and brand is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary this year, and since 2018 it has been part of Bruks Siwertell Group. Over the course of the past five decades, Siwertell technology has revolutionized the dry bulk handling industry, eliminating material spillage, minimizing dust emissions, and continuously setting market-leading capacities.
International Biomass Conference & Expo, 4-6 March 2024 - Richmond, Virginia, USA
We welcome you to visit us in our booth at IBCE, the 17th Annual International Biomass Conference & Expo, held in Richmond, Virginia, USA. We are sponsoring the event and our expert teams from both our Bruks Siwertell unit in Atlanta, GA, and our West Salem Machinery (WSM) unit in Salem, OR, will be present and happy to answer any questions you may have. Organized by BBI International and produced...
More Siwertell road-mobile unloaders set to work in the US
Building-back America continues to place significant capacity demands on US cement importers, and with new carbon tariffs on the horizon, selecting a ship unloading system that protects the environment, and offers flexibility, is a wise choice.